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DONNER MEMORIAL STATE PARK

CALIFORNIA STATE PARKS #4661490


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  • 12593 Donner Pass Road
    Truckee, Nevada

Califonia State Parks offers opportunities for picnicking, boating, fishing, water-skiing, camping, and hiking. In winter, groomed trails are available for cross-country skiing and snowshoeing. Visitor Center features exhibits that tell the story of the Emigrant Experience, the Donner Party, the Land of the Washoe, Chinese construction of the railroad, and early motoring adventures over Donner Pass. Public boat ramp is available, call (530) 582-7892 for boat launch fee information.
Entrance Station:  (530) 582-7894, 8am - 8pm
No winter camping but the park is open year-round.  

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EMPIRE MINE STATE HISTORIC PARK

CALIFORNIA STATE PARKS #4661484


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  • Empire Mine State Park
    Grass Valley, Nevada

Empire Mine State Historic Park is the site of one of the oldest, deepest, and most productive gold mines in California. The park is in Grass Valley at 10791 East Empire Street. In operation for more than 100 years, the mine extracted 5.8 million ounces of gold before it closed in 1956. The park contains many of the mine’s buildings, the owner’s home and restored gardens, as well as the entrance to 367 miles of abandoned and flooded mine shafts. The park has 856 acres of forested backcountry and fourteen miles of trails - including easy hikes for hiking, mountain biking, and horseback riding.

The "Secret Room"
To keep track of the mine's 367 underground workings, a place called "The Secret Room" (named for its blacked-out windows) was built. In it, the entire room was filled with a scale model of the mine's below the surface workings. Few people knew the room existed while the mine was in operation. Today, visitors to the park can see it in the Vi… [read more]
LAND TRUST - BYLT

BEAR YUBA LAND TRUST #4661383


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  • 12183 Auburn Road
    Grass Valley, Nevada

Bear Yuba Land Trust has several programs.
 
MALAKOFF DIGGINS STATE HISTORIC PARK

CALIFORNIA STATE PARKS #4661488


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  • 23579 North Bloomfield Road
    Nevada City, Nevada
local_phone
  • Sector Office
    530-273-3884

Malakoff Diggins State Historic Park offers exhibits on life in the old mining town of North Bloomfield and facts about California's largest hydraulic mine. Features bike trails, campsites, hiking trails, horseback riding trails, boating, picnic areas, and swimming.
NATIONAL FOREST RECREATION - TNF

TAHOE NATIONAL FOREST #85845264


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  • Nevada City, Nevada

Tahoe National Forest offers hiking trails (including a portion of the Pacific Crest Trail), OHV, equestrian and mountain biking trails provide access to many lakes, rivers, and mountain tops. Developed recreation sites including campgrounds, boat ramps, picnic areas, nature trails, and fire lookouts that can be rented for overnight occupancy.

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PARKS & RECREATION - AUBURN

CITY OF AUBURN #86307293


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  • 123 Recreation Drive
    Auburn, Placer

The City of Auburn does not have its own recreation department. See a list of area recreation options on the City of Auburn's Recreation web page.

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PARKS & RECREATION - GRASS VALLEY

CITY OF GRASS VALLEY #4663938


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  • 125 East Main Street
    Grass Valley, Nevada
local_phone
  • Phone 1
    530-274-4350

The City of Grass Valley Parks & Recreation department operates seven public parks and offers a variety of activities that include: recreational swimming, indoor and outdoor volleyball, tennis lessons, skate camp, open gym basketball, over-the-line softball, pitch-hit-run, punt-pass-kick, and a drop-in summer recreation program.

GVPR has over 120 acres of park space that includes trails, picnic areas, ball fields, bocce courts, tennis courts, a swimming pool, a skate park, and a disc golf course. The City also has three public assembly halls that are available for rent and collaborates with the Nevada County Historical Society to manage the Pelton Wheel Mining Museum at the former Northstar Powerhouse.


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PARKS & RECREATION - LINCOLN

CITY OF LINCOLN #86307357


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  • 2010 First Street
    Lincoln, Placer
local_phone
  • Phone 1
    916-434-3220

The City of Lincoln Recreation offers many programs and activities for Lincoln residents.

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PARKS & RECREATION - LOOMIS

TOWN OF LOOMIS #86319558


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  • 3665 Taylor Road
    Loomis, Placer
local_phone
  • City Hall
    916-652-1840

The Town of Loomis Parks and Recreation celebrates and supports special events that will create enjoyment for our visitors and enhance the quality of life for our residents and provide economic prosperity for our business owners.
The Town of Loomis has two parks:
  • Blue Anchor Park next to the Loomis Train Station off of Horseshoe Bar Road and Taylor Road in Loomis.
  • Sunrise Loomis Park on Arcadia Avenue in Loomis.
 information on events, please visit our Event Calendar.

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PARKS & RECREATION - ROSEVILLE

CITY OF ROSEVILLE #86327330


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  • 316 Vernon Street, Suite 400
    Roseville, Placer
local_phone
  • Phone 1
    916-772-PLAY (7529)

The City of Roseville Parks and Recreation is to enhance lives and the community by providing exceptional experiences by creating a healthy community through progressive, sustainable & memorable experiences.

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